PSV Eindhoven has one last hurdle left on the way to the Europa League home stage. This coming Thursday, Eran Zehavi’s new team will be hosted by the Norwegian Rosenburg, but in the Netherlands they are pessimistic about the chances that the Israeli striker will be able to help his teammates in the important task and make his debut in the red-and-white uniform. As you may recall, Gwangju R.P. has not yet released his international release so Zahavi was absent from the league game against the Hercules yesterday. Eindhoven Dagblatt wrote today (Monday): “Apparently, PSV will have to make do without it in Norway.”
Meanwhile, Zehavi today got a new member of the team: PSV has announced the signing of full-back Ibrahim Sangara, who was acquired from Toulouse for 9 million euros. The 22-year-old Sangara made three appearances for the Ivory Coast national team and according to the Honald media, preferred Eindhoven despite holding offers from the Premier League, including one from Southampton: “Roger Schmidt convinced me pretty quickly thanks to his style of play. I see a future in this club and think I can develop myself as a player here, “said Sangara, who, like Zahavi, has not yet received his release from his previous team and his participation in the game against Rosenburg is in doubt.
In the Netherlands, a painful decision was made today for football fans: after allowing the crowd to enter the first games of the league, following an increase in Corona virus morbidity, Prime Minister Mark Rutte decided to return to play behind closed doors, at least until October 20th.
– PSV (@PSV) September 28, 2020
As in the rest of the continent, the local league will go into the national team break after the round this weekend, so the Netherlands will hope that the ban on spectators entering stadiums will no longer be in effect when local football returns to activity. In the Netherlands, there is concern about the economic damage to the clubs if the pitches remain closed to the public in the near future. Ajax, for example, recorded a loss of three million euros in ticket revenue in the first two rounds, which allowed a maximum of 12,000 spectators at its home stadium.
Football fans will no longer be allowed into stadiums! The Dutch government has decided to play without fans once again! (AD)
A blow for the clubs, fans and players.
— Dutch Football (@FootballOranje_) September 28, 2020
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